Thursday, August 21, 2008

Lucky the Cavie

This is my new friend Lucky. He is a 5 day old Patagonian Cavie. You can see more pictures at my flickr and feel free to submit any to
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Friday, August 15, 2008

Waiting for the Train

It's hard being a hobo in Second Life. Here I am waiting for a train that will never arrive.

Sunday, August 10, 2008

Pewter Cat

A ren faire stray.

Saturday, August 9, 2008


We were leaving the mall and were greeted by a rainstorm when we got to the parking lot. The wonderful rain+sunshine equation made for two beautiful rainbows.

This also makes for a nice segway to a video I stumbled upon on YouTube: Rainbow Water

Thursday, August 7, 2008


Our neighbor had a tree removed that was taller than his 2 story house. The tree was probably about 30 or more years old. It was very interesting to watch them remove the tree. I took a ton of photos and videos of it coming down piece by piece and will probably spend some time putting it together in a little video.

Wednesday, August 6, 2008

Playing Ketchup

Ok, so it's been a while and I'm a slacker. First off we have Kes and Jip En Janneke flags. I'm working on a submission for Stuff on My Cat and I think I have it here. This is only one in the series- I built a whole flag perimeter around her.

The next photo is the tower at Sleeping Giant State Park in Hamden, CT. This was a great hike and a great three story tower as a reward.

Next we have a toad and a frog that I came upon during our hike to the tower.

Sleeping Giant State Park was the site of a quarry and the next photo is the 'ruins' of the buildings that once stood here. It's hard to figure out what the purpose was of some of the buildings because there isn't much left.

Sunday, July 27, 2008

Roaming in Rome, GA

My family and I took a day trip to Rome, GA. At the visitor center there was a giant drill press type thing for drilling the hole into a cannon. The first photo is a giant gear. The photo doesn't show that the gear was over 5 feet in diameter. The teeth are about an inch and half in thickness.

The second photo was a pretty tree in the area. The branches on this type of tree always attract my eye.